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Alabama Updates Child Labor, Unemployment Posters; New AL Labor Law Poster Required

Alabama has updated two of its mandatory labor law posters:  Child Labor Laws (revision date 2012), and Unemployment Compensation (no revision date). The Child Labor Laws poster now includes: A new section on record-keeping requirements for employers New information on obtaining and posting Child Labor Certificates Changes to the alcoholic beverage section regarding employee restrictions, including new rules on minors  employed by their immediate family The Unemployment Compensation poster reflects

Alabama Changes Child Labor Laws and Updates Poster

Child labor laws have been getting lots of attention all across the country, and Alabama is no exception.   The 2009 Alabama Child Labor Reform Act was signed into law by Governor Bob Riley in May.   New regulations went into effect on August 4, and the 2009 version of the Alabama Child Labor Law poster is now required.  The most significant change in the law is a transfer of the permit

Alabama Child Labor Laws Poster Includes Both State and Federal Requirements

The Alabama labor law poster issued by the Alabama Department of Labor includes new language that incorporates both state and federal requirements for employers hiring youths in the state. The mandatory employment poster titled “Youth Rules!” has been rewritten in a question and answer format that includes “What Jobs Can I Do?” and “When Can I Work?” sections. The Alabama labor law poster provides answers to these questions for specific age

MI, NY, GA & AL Labor Law Posters Change but Previous Versions OK

Two new Michigan safety posters, a new New York discrimination poster, a new Georgia equal pay poster and a new Alabama unemployment poster have been issued, but the previous versions of these required state labor law posters are still valid.  Michigan:  No update required for new MSDS Right to Know and New or Revised MSDS posters.  Name of department changed to Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA), and new revision